New England Institute of Technology

Summer 2003

 

Discipline: Technology
Title: Internet Tips and Tricks
Course Number: 030.95
1 credit hour

This course will provide a student with an introduction to the knowledge needed to use the Internet at school, at work, and at home. Activities include the mastery of key features of browser software, searching the Web, using email and compression software and transferring files.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Keyboarding for Beginners
Course Number: 033.95
1 credit hour

This course is an online keyboarding program that consists of tutorials, lessons, reinforcement activities, educational games, and a word processor to help students quickly master keyboarding skills.

Discipline: Success Skills
Title: Applied Reading and Study Skills
Course Number: 034.95
4 credit hours

This course is for students who need to improve their process reading and study skills. Instruction is provided in developing various study strategies such as time management, note taking, process reading, and vocabulary building. This course is usually paired with Psychology of Personal Adjustment. Placement in both of these courses is based on your reading and writing assessments.

Discipline: Success Skills
Title: Time Management
Course Number: 051.95
1 credit hours

This course will assist students in setting goals and providing them with systematic methods of planning and scheduling their time to meet these goals.

Discipline: Success Skills
Title: Listening and Note-Taking
Course Number: 052.95
1 credit hours

This course improves students' listening skills and shows them how to take effective classroom notes.

Discipline: Success Skills
Title: Textbook Reading
Course Number: 053.95
1 credit hours

This course helps students understand and apply the SQ4R method of textbook reading.

Discipline: Success Skills
Title: Test Taking
Course Number: 054.95
1 credit hours

This course teaches students techniques for preparing and taking objective and essay exams as well as overcoming test anxiety.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Computer Software Appl. II
Course Number: 250
2 credit hours

Students will continue to build their experience with end-user software. This course will expose students to end-user tools for database worksuch as Microsoft Access or Lotus Approach.

Discipline: Technology
Title: Understanding Your Computer
Course Number: 31.95
3 credit hour

This course consist of an online program that consists of demos, tutorials, lessons reinforcement and lab activities to help students quickly master basic computer literacy skills.

Discipline: Writing
Title: Academic Writing
Course Number: 221.95
4 credit hour

An advanced composition course which centers around the development of the research paper. Emphasis is on the organization, interpretation, analysis, and evaluation of a variety of materials.

Discipline: Communications
Title: Business Comunications
Course Number: 321.95
4 credit hour

This course prepares students for the complex communication tasks that they will encounter in the business world. Based in the case-study method, it focuses on developing the more advanced oral and written communication skills needed in specific business situations. The course includes defining goals, designing effective and attractive documents, modifying non-verbal behaviors, and developing a confident delivery.

Discipline: Math
Title: Business Math
Course Number: 121.95
4 credit hour

This is an elementary applied course studying such business topics as interest rates, discounts, payroll, markups, depreciation, insurance, mortgages, and basic statistics.

Discipline: Technology
Title: MS Word for Beginners
Course Number: 32.95
5 credit hours

This course is an online personal word-processing program that consists of tutorials, lessons, reinforcement activities and games to help students quickly master Microsoft Word.

Discipline: Physics/Science
Title: Physics I
Course Number: 120.95

3 credit hours

This non-calculus approach to the study of fundamental physics includes kinematics and dynamics of bodies, velocity, acceleration, Newton's laws of motion, forces in equilibrium, concurrent and non-concurrent forces, work, power, energy, rotational motion, machines, mechanical advantage, and fluid mechanics.

Discipline: Physics/Science
Title: Physics I Lab
Course Number: 121.95

1 credit hours

This laboratory course, taken concurrently with Physics 120, consists of demonstrations and laboratory exercises related to Physics 120.

Discipline: Physics/Science
Title: Physics II
Course Number: 230.95
1 credit hours

This course is a continuation of Physics I and studies the following concepts: properties of matter/materials (thermal expansion, stress, strain, and hat capacities), wave behavior, electric forces, electrical potential energy and magnetic forces.

Discipline: Physics/Science
Title: Physics II Lab
Course Number: 231.95
1 credit hours

This course is a continuation of Physics I and studies the following concepts: properties of matter/materials (thermal expansion, stress, strain, and hat capacities), wave behavior, electric forces, electrical potential energy and magnetic forces.

Discipline: Philosophy
Title: World Religions
Course Number: 341.95
4 credit hours

This course is an examination of the religious traditions and systems of belief that have now become part of American Society. While learning about specific religious practices, we will also examine how those faiths and their adherents have enriched the American experience. Issues of assimilation, pluralism, exclusion and prejudice will also be discussed. The course will use in part the Pluralism Project CD-ROM, On Common Ground: World Religions in America.

 

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